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An Old Fashioned Dinner
14
Episode 14
Vital statistics
Release date July 31, 2009
Hosted by Scott Aukerman
Guests Zach Galifianakis
Andy Samberg
Doug Benson
Andy Daly
Characters Shooter
Danny Mahoney
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"An Old Fashioned Dinner" is episode 14 of Comedy Bang! Bang! (then Comedy Death-Ray Radio). Hosted by Scott Aukerman, and co-hosted by Andy Samberg it stars guests Zach GalifianakisDanny Mahoney and Shooter (Andy Daly), and a call from Doug Benson. "An Old Fashioned Dinner" was released on July 31, 2009.

Official Earwolf page

Ghost boos and boooos are discussed at length.

Earwolf SynopsisEdit

Sometimes really talented comedians get some fame. And by sometimes, I mean in the case of Zach Galifianakis and Andy Samberg. Hear a little bit about each of their rises to fame, but certainly do not miss learning about Life of the Party Inc, and the future famous Los Angeles-based comedian, Shooter.

Would You RatherEdit

Comedy Death-Ray Radio - Would You Rather? 107:49

Comedy Death-Ray Radio - Would You Rather? 1

This is the first ever game of Would You Rather?. Unlike future episodes, Scott has no problem admitting where the theme song comes from.

Would you rather go on a long car trip with your family OR go on a short car trip with your family?

Would you rather have hot boiling coffee thrown in your eye OR drink hot but less than boiling question?

No winners are declared.

Doug Loves MoviesEdit

Doug calls in with 8 words or less movie reviews for Aliens in the Attic ("Featuring Ashley Tisdale's new Ashley Simpson nose") and The Collector ("Torture on-screen and off" and "like The Bone Collector without the bone").

TriviaEdit

This is the first time "Would You Rather" is played.

In the DVD commentary for episode 10 of the TV Show, Scott reveals that this episode of the podcast helped set the format that would become the regular pattern on the podcast. Andy Daly came with a prepared character, and Scott had so much fun asking him questions and throwing him off his planned act, that supplanted the regular interviews that were the main feature of the earliest episodes. 

After "Come On and Get It (Up in 'Dem Guts)" by Zach Galifianakis (featuring Fiona Apple) is played, Scott calls it truly abhorent. Zach tells the story of writing the song for a TV show (Dog Bites Man ) with A.D. Miles to be the worst possible Spring Break song. The song was played on local radio in Panama City and became the most requested song for that week. 

MusicEdit

  • "Space Olympics" by The Lonely Island
  • "Ka-Blamo!" by The Lonely Island
  • "Come On and Get It (Up in 'Dem Guts)" by Zach Galifianakis (featuring Fiona Apple)
  • "Stork Patrol" by The Lonely Island
  • "I Think I Might Have Killed the President" by The Lonely Island
  • "Boombox" by The Lonely Island (featuring Julian Casablancas)
  • "Ardy Party" by The Lonely Island
  • "Metaphor" by The Lonely Island

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